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Here's A List Of 2018 Concert Tours You'll Want To Get Tickets To ASAP

Truly, what's better than the gift of live music? Nothing, that's what.

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1. Taylor Swift, queen of all music genres and snakes, is bringing her "big reputation," on the road next summer for her highly-anticipated Reputation stadium tour. Are you ready for it?

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Onsale dates and times: For fans who participated in the Taylor Swift Tix verified fan program on Ticketmaster, pre-sale starts on Dec. 5th at 7 p.m. ET, and varies depending on your allotted time window. Venue pre-sale starts on Dec. 9th at 10 a.m. local time and tix go on sale to the general public on Tay's birthday, Dec. 13th at 10 a.m. local time.

Prices: Ticket costs have yet to be announced, keep checking Ticketmaster for the most up to date info on what will be 2018's hottest ticket.

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2. P!nk is ready to fly into the spring, (get it, because she always flies when she performs?), for a concert tour you'll want to raise your glass to.

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More info: The Beautiful Trauma tour kicks off in Phoenix on March 1st. She's joined by special guests, Bleachers (Jack Antonoff, think Jack Antonoff eating a banana at the VMAs, for no particular reason other than thinking of Jack Antonoff eating a banana at the VMAs).

Price: Costs vary, stay tuned to Ticketmaster for additional ticket information for your show choice.

3. Ed Sheeran is set to continue his popular ÷ tour into 2018 after it saw huge success in 2017, but he'll be upgrading from arenas to stadiums.

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More info: He'll be kicking off the 2018 portion of his tour on March 2nd in Perth, and make his way to North America in late August, Aug. 18th in Pasadena to be exact. Tickets are still available, so don't fret if you missed him on his first go-round.

Price: Costs vary, but some venues are selling tickets for as low as $39.50. Head to Ticketmaster for more details.

4. Lorde is ready to headline her first North American arena tour beginning in March, and being the talented gem she is, should be a fun fucking night, simply put.

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More info: You're waiting for it, you want it, it kicks off on March 1st in Milwaukee. The North American leg of the tour that is. Tickets went on sale already, but there are still plenty available!

Price: Costs vary by show, but some venues have tickets available for as little as $39.50. Check Ticketmaster for all the additional info you need.

5. Harry Styles is heading out on the road again for an arena-sized version of his 2017 tour. This sweet, sweet, SWEET creature might make you cry from how good of a show he'll put on, just a warning.

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More info: After selling out every.single.date, additional seats are being added for every venue beginning on Dec. 1st at 10 a.m. local time, 9 a.m. for some venues. The new 360 seating set-up assures every seat is great, which is good, because you're going to want a good view of this angel.

Price: $29.50+. I mean honestly, how can you say no to a price like THAT to see a person like HARRY?

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6. Dua Lipa is finishing the remainder of the second leg of her North American self-titled tour in early 2018, so if she has yet to visit your city, you definitely should treat yourself to her incredible show.

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More info: She'll be kicking off the remainder of the tour on Feb. 2nd in Dallas and making her way to the west coast. If you're still not feeling convinced, take a listen to her debut album, and you'll change your mind.

Price: Costs vary based on show location, but some tickets are selling for as low as $25. Visit Live Nation for additional info.

7. Maroon 5 is ready to give you one hell of a fun night at their Red Pill Blues tour, starting at the end of May.

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More info: The band is bringing along rising, but extremely fucking talented, artist Julia Michaels (seriously you guys, she's SO good). The tour kicks off on May 30th in Tacoma and runs until mid-Oct.

Prices: Costs vary depending on where you're planning on seeing them, but are very much still available, so yay! Check Ticketmaster for more deets.

8. Niall Horan is going to give you goosebumps and melt your heart with his heartfelt songs off his debut solo album, Flicker, and his precious smile.

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More info: His Flicker World Tour will be hitting amphitheaters across North America beginning July 18th in The Woodlands. And he'll be bringing along country singer, Maren Morris, so a live rendition of their duet, "Seeing Blind," is basically confirmed.

Price: Costs vary, but generally start at around $29. Take a peek at Live Nation for all the info.

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9. Khalid is following-up on his 2017 successes next year with five Grammy nominations and a concert tour that is going to make you want to spend that direct deposit immediately.

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Onsale dates and times: Citi cardmember pre-sale begins on Dec. 1st and 10 a.m. local time. If you don't have a Citi card, don't worry! Tickets to the general public go on sale Dec. 2nd. He kicks off his tour on Jan. 27th in New York.

Price: Costs vary depending on city. Head on over to Live Nation for more information.

10. Lana Del Rey is bringing her relatable lyrics and talent on the road beginning early in the new year. You'll definitely want to treat yourself to a night at this entertaining show.

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More info: The LA to the Moon tour starts on Jan. 5th in Minneapolis in support of her recent album, Lust for Life. If you haven't listened to it yet, you must.

Price: Most tickets start at around $36, but you should visit Ticketmaster for additional pricing and show details.

11. Katy Perry is going to entertain you whether you're a KatyCat or not. Her tour is already in full-swing, so be sure to catch her when she visits your a city near you.

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More info: She'll be touring North America until Feb. 6th in Vancouver, with opening acts Purity Ring (until Dec. 20th), and Carly Rae Jepsen (Jan. 5th until the end of the tour).

Price: Costs depend on which show you're going to, but some tickets are going for as little as $20! Head to Ticketmaster for more deets.

12. Little Big Town is bringing the wonderful sounds from their eighth album, The Breaker, to North America in February and is ready to make little fans, big fans. (See what I did there?)

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More info: They'll be bringing Midland and Kacey Musgraves along – a night to send country music lovers to heaven and back.

Price: Costs vary, some tix are on sale for as low as $21, but you can check Ticketmaster for additional info.

13. Demi Lovato is going to be promoting her recent album, Tell Me You Love Me, on her upcoming tour with none other than DJ Khaled. They're the most epic duo you'll see next year.

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More info: The tour kicks off on Feb. 26th in San Diego and brings the two over the country in a little over a one month span. ANOTHA ONE!

Price: Costs vary by date, with some tickets going for as low as $26, because good things can come in reasonably priced packages. Go to Ticketmaster for more details.

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14. Sam Smith is coming back better than ever on his North American summer arena tour in support of his sophomore album, The Thrill of It All, and let me tell you, his show will be a thrill.

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More info: Opening acts have yet TBA, but TBH who needs an opening act when you have Sam Smith?! Nonetheless, tickets are already on sale, and you'll want to secure yours ASAP.

Price: Costs vary based on shows, most tickets start in the $50 range. Take a peek at Ticketmaster for extra info.

15. Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, country music's cutest couple, is venturing out on the second North American leg of their wildly successful 2017 tour. Get ready for a night of good ole' country tunes.

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More info: The North American leg of the Soul2Soul tour kicks off in Richmond on May 31st and will take them across the country through July 22nd. If you haven't melted from the cuteness in the picture above, then get your credit card and cowboy boots ready.

Price: Starting ticket prices are in the $60 range, but vary by show. Head to Ticketmaster for more details.

16. Shakira is starting the new year with a tour in support of her 11th, yes 11th, album, El Dorado, and you'll have the choice to see her whenever, wherever.

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More info: Tickets for the El Dorado tour are already on sale, and she has yet to make any announcements regarding opening acts, but why would you need an opening act to see queen Shakira?

Price: Starting prices are in the $40 range, which is a great price for seeing someone as legendary as she is. Check Ticketmaster for all the information.

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